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Indoor activities to get you through winter Burr… It’s getting cold outside the chances of leaving the house for anything other than essentials (like work and obtaining groceries) decreases exponentially with the temperature outside. If it’s cold outside you are less likely to be inclined to venture out into the freezing air. For the days (or, let’s face it, months) when the weather is less-than-ideal, it’s easy for our productivity—and general satisfactio...
Posted on 2018-11-27
4 Tips to Maintain Your Exercise Routine During the Holidays The holiday season can be a challenging time for maintaining exercise habits. The days are shorter, the weather cold and wet. Work deadlines are due. Food patterns change as heavier and warmer comfort foods invade our homes creating lethargy. Also, the holiday season usually means travel or hosting family and friends that may not share the same exercise habits. So how can one overcome these challenges, embrace the dreary weather and...
Posted on 2018-11-09
Physical Therapy and Dizziness For most of us it’s easy to get out of bed in the morning or turn our heads or walk across the street without getting dizzy or losing our balance. We may not even realize that there is a whole system within our body dedicated to monitoring where we are in space and to keeping us balanced as we move through our environment.  However if you’ve ever stumbled dizzily off the Tilt-A-Whirl at the country fair you’ve experienced how vital our se...
Posted on 2018-10-22
One Annual Health Checkup That’s Probably Missing from Your Calendar For most of us health habits are instilled in us at a young age. For example, you made annual treks in the family minivan to both the pediatrician and the dentist. As you entered adulthood, you probably transitioned to a primary care physician, and maybe even a different dentist better equipped to address adult needs. Anytime you’ve moved or switched insurance carriers, one of your first priorities has been to tr...
Posted on 2018-10-11
Knee Injuries and Physical Therapy Physical therapy can help keep your knees healthy and strong. It can also help rehabilitate your knee after an injury.   Knee injuries can be very common. Some knee injuries are most likely due to sedentary lifestyle habits. Others can be related to poor hip mobility and strength. Knee injuries are the cause of around 10 million visits to the doctor or physical therapist each year. Common Knee Complaints While there are many reasons that a patien...
Posted on 2018-10-03
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